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topical

(of a drug, ointment, etc.) for application to the body surface; local
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Topical agents for treatment include eclotrimazole, selenium sulfide (2.5% to 5%) shampoo, ketoconazole shampoo, zinc pyrithione, nystatin, 3% salicylic acid, topical terbinafine, tretinoin, 1% diclofenac gel and adapalene gel.
Itch Management: Topical Agents. In: Itch-Management in Vol.
Immunomodulatory topical agents are already widely used in the treatment of AK as an immune component is evident in its aetiology; immunocompromised patients have 250 times the risk of developing an AK than the general population [2].
A large, systematic review of 10 randomized, controlled trials of various topical agents, dressings, and oral treatments found no convincing evidence to support their use.
Conventional care of partial-thickness burns often requires twice-daily dressing changes to clean the wound and apply antimicrobial topical agents. (3-5) These are often painful, time consuming and costly.
By applying these advanced topical agents one to two times daily, you can relieve the tell-tale signs of aging and achieve a firmer, more youthful-looking neck.
Barmensen Labs LLC, for example, offers two products, one a supplement and one a topical agent, that address men's virility concerns.
This project is a pilot evaluation of wheatgrass as a topical agent, drawing on its reported properties in healing chemical, heat and radiation burns.
In addition, Provectus is preparing to begin Phase 2 clinical studies for the company's topical agent Xantryl, a treatment for psoriasis.
Arnica montana is widely used as a topical agent for trauma and bruising.
A significant market opportunity exists for an innovative, effective, and safe topical agent that has no side effects and avoids the problem of antibiotic resistance.
If the topical antibiotic does not work, ask your doctor whether a topical agent containing both benzoyl peroxide and antibiotic erythromycin would suit her.